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The Chicago Bears released their final injury report ahead of Saturday's Week 16 game against the Buffalo Bills. In a burst of good news, a pair of offensive players — N'Keal Harry and Khalil Herbert — will return to action. However, several others are listed as doubtful or have been ruled out.

N'Keal Harry missed Week 15 due to a back issue but was a full participant in practice all week. He said he could have played in Week 15 but the coaching staff held him out as a precautionary measure.

The Bears' running game should get a boost as Khalil Herbert will return from injured reserve. The 24-year-old back has not played since Week 10 due to a hip injury.

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However, Chicago's offense will be without WR Equanimeous St. Brown (concussion). It's also looking like Chase Claypool (knee) and Cody Whitehair (knee), and Teven Jenkins (neck) won't suit up as they are listed as doubtful.

On defense, Jaylon Johnson is questionable to play against the Bills due to a finger issue. He was limited Friday after practicing in full Tuesday and Wednesday.

Finally, Kindle Vildor has been ruled out due to an ankle injury that sidelined him all week.

The Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills will clash in the freezing cold on Christmas Eve at Soldier Field. Kickoff is at 12 PM CT and the game will air on CBS.

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